Lincolnshire Coastal Grazing Marshes - Things to do in Lincolnshire

  • Widgeon - Credit: Roger Wardle

    Widgeon - Credit: Roger Wardle

  • St Botolph's Church, Skidbrooke - Credit: Tracey Poulter

    St Botolph's Church, Skidbrooke - Credit: Tracey Poulter

  • Lincoln Red cattle - Credit: Dave Lavash

    Lincoln Red cattle - Credit: Dave Lavash

  • Chapel Six Marshes Easy Access Trail near Chapel St Leonards. Credit: Tom Cairns

    Chapel Six Marshes Easy Access Trail near Chapel St Leonards. Credit: Tom Cairns

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    Can you solve the Riddle of the Marshes?

Welcome to the Lincolnshire Coastal Grazing Marshes Project. The Partnership was set up in 2003 to regenerate the grazing marshes and to conserve them for future generations. In 2011 the Partnership secured funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund’s Landscape Partnerships Programme forming this three year phase of the project focusing on three target areas in East Lindsey around Burgh-le-Marsh, Saltfleetby and Anderby/Huttoft, together covering some 9,000 hectares.

About the Project

This exciting three year phase of the partnership project has secured funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund’s Landscape Partnerships Programme for a range of activities focusing on habitats, heritage, farming and community in the Lincolnshire Coastal Grazing Marshes.

Working with our partners, we are helping to protect local habitats, heritage and sustain a viable stock farming industry. Local communities will also be involved through a programme of cultural, educational and access projects. These will enable local people to discover, explore and celebrate the special quality of their own local areas – a great place for days out and things to do in Lincolnshire!

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Project Highlights

Take two

Revisit some of the high points of the project’s three years, including a Medieval History Day at Farmer Brown’s Ice Cream and Coffee Shop, 'the Bee is the Key' workshop at Huttoft Primary School and many other features.